Wikileaks founder Julian Assange's time in the Ecuadoran embassy in London may be nearing an end, according to CNN.
The CNN sources say that the situation for Assange is “unusually bad,” and that he could be forced to leave the embassy “any day now,” opening him up to potential arrest by British authorities.
The sources added that Assange's position in the embassy is “in jeopardy,” and that he may be forced to leave, or that life there might simply be made so restricted and untenable that he would choose to leave on his own, regardless of the consequences.
The US has prepared charges against Assange, alleging he provided a conduit to the publication of the emails that were leaked from the Clinton campaign.
Assange's lawyers say he has been effectively detained for 2,720 days, 53 of which he has been "gagged" and isolated from visitors and outside communication.